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Entrepreneurial Education in non-economic subjects

19 October 2010

Asturias Regional Office - Casa de Asturias
Rue Saint Laurent, 36-38, 1000 Brussels

In line with activities within the ESF learning network “Communities of Practice on Inclusive Entrepreneurship 2” (COPIE2), UAFSE in cooperation with ESF Flanders & SEET will organise a one-day conference under the auspices of COPIE2 Enterpreneurial Education sub-group.

The event will be held in Brussels on Tuesday 19 October 2010.

The event aims to encourage teachers, headmasters, parents and the community at large to take centre stage and reflect on the challenges lying ahead for enterpreneurial education, particularly in non-economic subjects. It will provide a platform for discussion and exchange of expertise by bringing together practitioners, headmasters, students, researchers and policy-makers. This exchange should, in turn, impact upon daily practice at national and institutional level and provide feedback to decision-makers.

Agenda

09.00 Registration and coffee 09.30 Welcome and introduction to COPIE2 10.00 Workshop 1: Enterpreneurial Education in non-economic subjects 11.30 Coffee break 12.00 Panel 2: Enterprising teachers and training 13.30 Networking lunch 14.30 Conclusions from workshops 15.30 Close

This event will be preceded by an evening reception on 18 October 2010 at Asturias Regional Office.

Please confirm attendance [here http://www.esf-agentschap.be/Templates/Content.aspx?id=5064&LangType=1033]

Workshops

Workshop 1: Enterpreneurial Education in non-economic subjects

Enterpreneurship is not only a content but also a method of learning. This workshop concentrates on exploring what are the most appropriate methodologies to embed enterprise in non-economic subjects.

Workshop 2: Enterprising teachers and training

Teachers represent a critical success factor in the development of enterprising attitudes and skills of young people but they should not be left to their own devices. Teacher training is scarce and mostly focused on a narrow view of enterprise. What works best when we want to encourage non-economic teachers to adopt a more enterprising approach?

Further information: mailto://ivan@valnalon.com